New From Ed Brown: FX1 9mm 1911s

Oooh, now that’s a cool looking gun. Ed Brown is building some modern flair into their new FX1 models with unique slide serrations and ports, an optics cut, light rail, magwell, and custom finish. Plus, of course, a 9mm 1911 is clearly better than a .45. Ed Brown’s new product announcement and more photos follow […]

New From Hi-Point: 10mm Carbine

Hi-Point may not be glamorous (and they may not be able to spell “muzzle”), but making functional firearms at the lowest possible price point doesn’t leave a lot of room for cocktail hours, spa treatments, and industrial designers. It looks like they do, however, listen to the gun buying market as they’ve released something many […]

Gear Review: Dead Air Wolf-9SD Suppressor

Turns out you don’t need a submachine gun to put Dead Air’s new Wolf-9SD to good use. They’ve new-schooled the old school subgun can with a couple of modern features that make it a solid choice for any 9mm in your arsenal. At 7.58 inches long and 1.618 inches in diameter, the Wolf is fatter […]

An Interview With Mike Pappas and Gary Hughes of Dead Air Silencers

Have questions about firearm silencers and the silencer industry? Check out this great interview with industry titans Mike Pappas (who gives great back rubs) and Gary Hughes. The uncut interview is above, but new YouTube channel Shooter Opinions has also broken it down into chapters, which are linked below: 1 of 10: Sound metering https://youtu.be/5iqatGeg6O0 […]

New From CZ-USA: A Suppressor! And a New Scorpion EVO?

CZ-USA continues to ramp up its domestic manufacturing and sourcing capabilities, which is great for their ability to sell semi-automatic rifles within U.S. borders (922r and such). In a sneak peek on Instagram yesterday, CZ-USA broke the news on their upcoming suppressor. Full copy of that post is pasted below. But…also visible in the photo […]

Gear Review: Atibal XP8 1-8×24 Scope

Atibal Sights is a young brand that has experienced a rapid rise in popularity. And why not? Combining functional optics of good quality with affordable prices and a lifetime warranty is hard to argue with. Designed for 3-Gun competitors and hunters alike, Atibal’s XP8 riflescope transitions quickly from red dot-like zero zoom 1x up to 8x […]

Because Shooters Need Socks, Too: Darn Tough Socks

In June of 2016, I threw out all of my socks and replaced them with half as many pairs from Darn Tough Vermont. Soft and cozy Merino wool plus a dab of Spandex with various levels of cushion, they ain’t cheap but they have an unconditional lifetime guarantee. They’re warm in the winter, cool in […]

Gear Review: MagnetoSpeed M-Series Grip MonoPOD

Early this fall we reviewed the new M-Series Grip System from MagnetoSpeed, but the MonoPOD wasn’t yet ready. Just in time for the holidays, MonoPOD grip inserts are now shipping. Naturally, TTAG took one for a test drive. If you haven’t yet read that M-Series Grip System review, here’s the Tweet-length version: it’s an AR-15 […]

New From Primary Arms: Advanced Micro Dot With 50k Hours Battery Life and Lifetime Warranty

Primary Arms continues to build upon its reputation for making solid red dots at an affordable price. In a recent e-mail blast, they’ve announced the new MD-RB-AD (microdot, removable base, advanced). It’s a compact optic with a 2 MOA dot, removable T1/H1-compatible base, rotary brightness adjustment knob, 50,000 hours battery life, IP57 waterproof rating, and […]

Top 6 Firearm Choices for Gun Hipsters

Over on TTAG’s Facebook page, I posted the above photo of my 1980’s Cobray Pocket Pal. The caption read, “Do I load my EDC with 3 rounds of .380 or 5 rounds of .22? Decisions, decisions.” I was, of course, totally kidding. This paperweight of a gun doesn’t even get fired, let alone carried. But as […]

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